My dog has broke its leg - can't make it to vet until week after next week - how many ibuprofen can I give him per day?
I'm not turnin him over to no shleter. He's my dog an he'll stay my dog. The bones certain broke - it were stuck out his leg but I pushed it back in and put a kerchief tight round it.
I got a little diamorphine I will give it to make it comfurble. No more ibuprofen since you folks seem to think it aint no good for a dog so it aint.
I hope Keerok I dunt needta shoot it but thanky for the advice Sir.
- Anonymous1 month agoFavorite Answer
Two. Until then, use a shock collar.
- 1 month ago
How can you do that to the poor dog? You don't wait two weeks before you take a animal to the vet with a broken bone would you stay home with a broken leg for two weeks before you saw a doctor? If something is so important that you can't get to the vet then you don't deserve to have a pet
- 1 month ago
This is a troll post, guys.
I wish I didn't have to say that.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Misrepresentation is a TOS violation that can get your account deactivated. Get therapy for your obsession with animal abuse.
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- WillowLv 51 month ago
NEVER give ibuprofen, or any other human pain reliever. They cause serious liver and kidney damage that can be permanent.
- keerokLv 71 month ago
If that were a horse, you'd be putting a bullet to its head already.
The dog won't last that long. Bring it to the vet now!
- E. H. AmosLv 71 month ago
NONE unless you WANT a DEAD DOG! Virtually all human pain medications are TOXIC for dogs.
Get "CreditCare" or pawn something - but get the dog seen. It is a class ONE FELONY to withhold vet care to a sick or injured pet in all 50 states in the USA. You can also surrender the dog to the SPCA for care.
- .Lv 71 month ago
It is not safe to give your dog any amount of aspirin, ibuprofen or other anti-inflammatory meant for humans. Dog painkillers include carprofen, deracoxib, firocoxib and meloxicam, each of which can be prescribed by your vet.
- Nekkid Truth!Lv 71 month ago
None. He needs a vet.. So find a way to afford it sooner or turn him over to a shelter or rescue